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THE WEST SIDE,
West 8ft PtilisijCqaiij
I . ICU I SON. MOMttTriH
Say IhweUurg A'-f'if: Vim
frittt tfH llhtlkitikilu mii.1 lu ...... 1. . 1
lavnti the tnwi price iv nothing
"u'r'' N"ryn.e,i aretMntmet Ibr y,4ir ,!,
frail km1 ltt.lu.try f U wunirv!
l being retardi
Herded When U. win
were ..!, ni vll
kind r tree were , m ,,
Ut yvnr, tlomtii.l were .( W(l
thto valley Tlii year many
who would plant orchard ittnitui f.
ford It, and many who kMiUI afford it
r uiiIMk tMrit.toUmt.
H. The remit U a tgiuttioitin
Milt growing ImMue, Joe (lough,
who to quite tt extensive frti grower
of Cauyennllc, tttw speuklog uf tlti
atate of tliir tit Kf vkm nn,rtiT k
ft w (K t Hi iiutoii k Una
lHtr hImhiUI jtrrt iwt irH.
It I WHIK'lliU'K t M,VI( ui i
wltti iriiiv,'iiii4 Ui irw
ttmUi ltit l itU- iu Uiy mm
tViHUri! mr ri, tul 1 lie chH tnti
I ' ,M b! wfy u til ilf, Iturftu,
( Viiy.invillv, ttfuftuit ;'.ik irum
Inv CiU Kjiriug tu weii r(,,( nu.
thy f bilUiy, btivlii)f r.vv 11 (Vmu
f.mr t i ws-vu fvt tbU full. I'lii 5,tHm
jirmw tfw ont III m ciity $.sa, A I
numorjr jriii UiUt ywr tlt' ub
bvtst blm IKH Mr. fbus(U blm
.'tf will liit ttvp litotwU of n"i b
ll. mnl hvili!iitli tbnt imnj
will Iw ru(t' bj II rvlit.rHi m x!
jriwir, I'lii ffint Ihw iumi,',.y uiiloi i
Tiu Vmx is I'.isriitir -riwo imvrt ( ,,,u wwk? N",t" our
1WIy t win. ftltboUKti j w m ttml f,mr,b I1"" lH wvU'T
bymUI baowni mu,h itiv.. 'We Iihvp umd,. nrrninn-iut'iili. to
1hI mi eiijvt', by .fviit. Tb ! kj (be t Kiik on wilo Ht W. II.
tmbin, n4Uuij f Micni. INiwell W Wlete ' booketore. Hve ewnlii kt
mid l.Uf. tif.M, miiiuiill). Mrr. Hill '""I'V.
mi nvnmnt, n iuiU'Ihwipiii, hii
.U Kh at Kit iUii, ud.'ivil (bp
first wUvibm whhh, 'toother wltb
.ruT.iI o;lnr, were ellt iil. A. A
iivbr imiIwih umi tb isp
m. t wltb lMrty rbnr fhnu 0h
dk-in-e, unit the wrveret wkxptbm Mi-
itrrt y mm aunaineeveniiiK '.
outr.i(.-l lii Ullty a H'rft.rm r mi
hn vMiu, lrlii)jlii)f ont fh-M, ftill Uhm
utitie but mit h mt nrtloi tun da
Kwh w,w vbitently euered,
Ai4liKwiC VV he Jut h-eelvetl
lhemmiliti4iitM of the lM"nxd'
Hfmli'iny. Itumtcd t lll, hvxw.
The furriruluiii l'i'al(p tbtiMtiubiit,
uti.l thit fiiimlts- n lUnt ability. Fit-
Htli ii ia.-ti.ij f. ... f
..II II. tk. nt.r...... II.
III wit tM'i 1 tf in f..n,i ...
ItiU'xi in M txlofaikitml uuulfr. Fm-)
Kmln U tbe faulty: J. V. KlrfT,
It A, rrtnlMl of A.-Bdi iuy nI Ho-
jM'rinteudfnt if Kcboo!; lie IVrrte
Fowl, A-t-'nnt -ltt. l.vr f Ittiettirk',
LHmtoreeod llll'ry; nl ln Nh.
Art dfrtniiil; Mm I Ftiul-I
rinl(l Hi-hoid No. S-S,iiml Iutr
Mitte; Ml KeMrte Hiueiimiin, rinw
l..l..r,,,..li,.l.-- , NHWW I"
Mr. W. A. Wndi, Firt lrb
imry. . .' .
WuoCa HkT Ir.-vl.-wr. Mg
.y mt I Htede, who llnlnhed thrti-bltiK
lat Tour liy w.vk wfc.h to know who
In folk cwniy, '' ',,,,r r,r"f'1
w hb h f'll; With ft wwt Iron
rpart thy thr.Mh,a I4.au buehf U
In ill tbiyt, n nvewgeof iilx-ot tl'"'
tiiHlK-Ut dny until tbe bt eb-vt u dv
whl'-h, mi on wvuiil f Jmviug to
move o fr ewh thw. th.y 'tily vi
ngt-tl miMii V bti-bfl.
Isinxis. H. - JVokih, ll
know.'ii Uue county wllroMtl ,
who Wft at the fteylum thle wk, bn
Ing IhtII uljMtlj;d Iwane t I'.iwne.
Jle l 70 ' uf "If" 1,,u"ly
bu n.,uii'ndt,'riii bl mmi nl nb-wly.
JI mltn! l wrtidlntC '" bull.llnit
Viiori:iry MllntnUrnid other Klruilo
,heim.M.' Hl itiwuie ou rt ll
tiuubjet. ? ACoSvitT fo TUB I'KM-Hheriir
Geo. Xuble, of Morrow eouuty, f
rlved In th city Tuwduy with W. H.
Htull,of!!.piier, who w convicted
there riwnUy of umimlmiKhlir unci
nenU'iufd to the 'nltentlry for
.term ufU'O yearn. .y'''rm,
A iioilit.-Ib'V. K. K Mil
mid l now ulU'iidlng tbe Port
lund rlvwlty.. Mro. l'blP, to .leU-r-mined
to nuke llMt-tbo- K-hutar of
,lmlf. WeglorUl bin d- lermlim-loii,Midl'Ue.-e
bin a-.lrtlon eom
Um.Om ffM wtt:h, filled "
wn fiu. Wm Ul b..twwti Lueklrt-Sm.dlud-.K.ndeue,
A UUn. I nj.
J.rdwlllHd ',,' l!l"l,,r'
The nioth aimuiil m.-io of tbe Mtatt-
K,..,t .wud.tl,lek.iii. A large
Lu for the m-li.-J.yw' w n-
. mm b.mv' -
H nigi eliolr, '
d tileLeniogtowhieh tfW
Vltcd. , .' "
An KJwi-b"'"" TrlTfc.
r,,h, wiU. hi trunk, cutl
, ' rulu n two, H...I the ui.gluo I
i..,..a.lVl.llll.g Wir.'llld.l I nr. '
t k. ib 1,11
una 1110 '
It win imy ju , M M k ,
l"! lu (hit tw.
IHir street pwatrnt quite bunlne.
IM I In. dlam.Uitlon notice ,r J, N,
'M llorlulorf lia,l ,1... .., I I .
Ml. IV. t...... I., . 1.41
"Txumeu linn vrtk,
The rtrt drove r wild gere weut
outh ltKiuurly nlghl.
noai.deM.D, Htin make a
Li 1 r(,r MW.I-M
! uU of twn.
Mtiuv wi n! fhuit 1.. Li,.i.....
"llt'iKl tbe rlr ilinlii)j ilm ww.t,
llllll.tM k. ..I u
lull) hi ittHimiloii Huitlu butt MiiiiiIlv.
IUlrMllkr l hkuIh ruirriiiu UMhw
Uiw (Huuity fiirnUlnKl the wylum
with h iiatU'iii J.w1y, Murln Jitbitmm
by twiui', hhI V,,
It'U my rthUtt t wh tb
biny miillt'ii ujhhi tb fu
f wur buliHMi iwu,
lttve (MwU k lwy biM oa Iwntl
fhib mll., Ky Wwt int
trvn4ol ftiilu In mw.ui.
A ymiii miiiv for miW ir trrnl.
tmta in tlio Wwt Hi hk tiillw, uml we
WIk'h U tlrni uiinif of Imw Ull Ikv.
Uk'H tlir fill mnl bun iiu'ii til Imlv-
lU'V. J M, IVkiT w 111 mvb 111 tbe
M t'luiMi Hoiitb. lu 1I1U t'liv noxt
MtiMily nmnilna mul ev'iilti)j.
Tlw ml, f 1 lu u'w butcbrr lup lt
wk btwt Uw Hume nf I.. Lenox, wbfii
II ii.ioltl imveUi'ii U Imiimi.
!.... .1.. ...... I I . . t. I . .
TtHii llnnnmid brouitbt weel imln-
ti to town ft h 'rbfy lire ihe Brut
we have known Mug wM in Idk
,, cummnUm i.rvbHe
nM-ji,,.!,! hurt Humbiy t tbe IWiytvrlno
j itlUrvh, two pwniw 11 n I led with the
The Wivr (hk Inhdllmiire offlfe
bnn dixie iimrv liilm-n In tbnt Hue tbf
M two vlt tbnuever brfure In Ue
Mr. lbxlK'itii U nmkliiK muiie lin
nruv. ini iiU In ltir w of bullillutl
eHiiof wtiuiile rtHiiu ft nimnrivUI
I.H ewryom knowlua tbt'inwdvHsi
iiiili4iitl to (In- liilu limi of Join A I t-
h wtue ft.rwunl nod t-tlle nUntwunU
The Wtt Hum thought tlit mi II-
uimtlon rnou Mill Nye now mid then
iv.tuld I ri lWotl by the wlmut men,
j mid women too.
T(u, m,Vl, jirtlM, jlttve ,, (.t anm
LmV( f j,,, (wt hImhiI HHW from
m,H(,l. Tbf' Heiu'mlly evernge from
ten toelevvu immiiU to the box
1 If yoU WHlil .metbhig llltwgo mid
examine the tk of Keller Iwen
nhoeit Jimt hwlvel by Shelley A 'mi
duyn. They will try mid plemm
Thrilling I over for lhl yenr ex
et t In our public nehnol Thin ginid
work will " on througlKiut the
country during the winter nnmth.
Mr IUn Wblteaker brought iw it
flue Hnlh Iwiuina lt Mombiy tlmt
w rle tly di lb lo for wblbt h he
biut the tbmik of the entire Wkht
, (tur rcllllle for printing wedding
lot liittlon nr uoemmled; no we aI
vloeyou to get married, If for no other
rntii limn to mi-urn monie of tliene eh
Mr 8. HtttHtu brotighl tw banket of
clingstone ucbi bmt WiMlmmthty for
ler'rve which were tine, Udng tlrm
nud willd nod of n good flavor. Mr.
H., umny thuiika.
There wan a much liirgur ainouut of
hoi diinioged thl year by the hop
IntiMt thuu hint jer, however, it great
miiiiy g'Hxl hop were picked. Ihe
yli ld wiwulto large.
llcinemlier when In Bulem to call In
at Htrong'a reUiumnt, now Weatrnxitt
A Irwin, and get a meal tint to be ex
celled on the I'uelflo ctmitt for 25 cetita,
at 271 Commercial etreet. tf
. M. C. UiiHrndra .lump H'ut Hurrey,
the two dalnlee can't bo twit 111 Oregon,
look at them and lie convinced that
they am beatiUe ami are A, No. I In
every retpeet. N'ext (lo,,r l) O'lkinoll'a.
u. n tiilk bHlav wan iwvm
Jewat, an Indian from the Hlletx Agen-
(!-. lie In of the Ilogue river inue nun
gave ua omo l'o'"s- not lieceaaary to
mention, oomx-r g
"1 ,ava lied" fame.
Choir' praetlw) at Mm. William' to
nttrht. The mcmberH of the choir are
.,,1 1.1 lie nrenent, A aacrefl
i,ii linen arranged for Hun-
ovei i' - .,
day evening, and the puniK) are proio-
liti'd a uuiHlciil U'cui.
t. .....nitbnr dull 111 town on Wed
1..., 1,1.1 wbcii all return from the
"Fair" Indeijcndence will Imkiiii rlgbt
..i...... Villi ubo wiliug(Hd county
imi,er'ome right along and have your
muno down for tlieWtwrSiDK.
ht J. K. liocke in hereby cotihtltuted
age... for the WtT Hn. at Muena
" . A urutrufwl. I ID
VlatlL anil Wliereaoev" u.n.. -i-illrUelptforall
moneyn, take sub
f,crlptloii",Hdvrtton.ei.U, 4t J. It. N. IlKr.u A Hon.
nh tcd and the family have, moved Into
ft Tt1cyl.veal.eutirulcttago rca-
Id'ciK'O. J- B l'latwanone of the ar
... . 1... 1. uiwava m hand to
(,di Irvine reeely6(HIlr!Hx 1,llB
ketn ofllne peaebwj WedoH """
W um -Mr- W'f
Wbc.laud. They are of tbe Chatv
Utu ya.lMy, mid were M
11,o. ofltoJyJfofthe i,ro.otor of
H i iieach.
There are 40.') million mtr. lllr
Wing in the trcaniiry of the UiMed
HtatcH. The money weighs about W
0ii0,on0 pound. If we call a car-load
30,01X1 imumU It would require TO ear
to move thl allver, or If two cant per
day were loaded, It would take year
to move II.
IUiV. 1). V. Pollm prwteh lit the
in rim inn church r iiiia eity ihhii
morning and evening on Himdny Kept
Hh, iHwi. (IinhI niinle ban I wen o-
vlilitl tor and In addlllon to the reg
ular choir elugltig, Meaera Hill and
Kehilng will help out by the uae of the
violin and cornet. Kverybtaly wel
come, ('reaching to eomtuence at II
a. 111. ami ?,!to p in,
I'nnmml attraction will iKUilt'crcd to
the bnaitera of tine atoek and the
owner of thtwoughbM entile In Ihe
domealie and fat attM'k abow that will
bo one of the ureal feature of the
Portland Industrial KxhmIi1oii, A!
nmdy a large iiumlar of the KueNt ami
beat bred entile from varioiweetlouof
the atate have been entered for the
prliea, and a tbe amount of the prlne
aggregate KaHM), a larger amount than
Ima ever been ottered la'fore, the prt
p et of a lively competition I awmrvd.
It laaliuoat luiMimlble to entlimite the
advanlage to the atate and to any lu
dtiatrlal ami agricultural liitercat In the
atate, of aurli eoniplctedli'pliiy a villi
tie made of the rxwouroca of Oregon at
the l-ortland Indiintrbd Fxpoaliloii t
tie held nl IVrlland, eomuteiiclng Kept.
17th, and continuing until October 17.
New departure have Uh-ii ninth) from
theexptmltlonaof preceding year ami
mieh aMHlal ftatun will be Introduced
oxide fnau the regular exhibit, a will
Mirprbw) Urn vat erowtl that will at
tend. The Portland Industrial F.xpoUIn
which eommeneea at Porllaiul, Oregon,
on Hepteuiber 17, ami continue until
(htober 17, will w ithout doubt l (lie
mtiMt elaborate exhibition of tbe rt
oureeo Oregon ami tla Nortbweat
that ha ever ln-eu. In adtlltlon to the
agricultural, manufncturlng anil other
exhibit, tbe Hflal feature of ihuhIc,
lntlng elwtrlclty aa well a nuiin-r-
tMi other will combine to make Hit
Ihe Unner extdtloti ol the eot. The
lght of the many varletbwof machin
ery lu motion, alone I worth Mining
niik to are.
The dcMguatloii of awclal'dalllea dt
voted to airtlcular liilereata, In the
eotiliwt of Imhmirbd fair I not the
leu.t attractive feature of Ihtw val-!
uable enlerprliH". The niauagemeut
ofthe Portland Indu-italal eXKlllou
which open at Portlaud tSepiemU
17th. ha hown fine illferiiuient In
thearraugeuientof llieae teclal day.
pnimlneut among which 1 the win
ding dny, oil which prvaeltt valnetl at
over tiono will be given to the two In
die who will I married lu the F.X-
ultlon building 011 that day. 'I ho 7lh
of October ha lieeil fixed for tbl featnl
Invent of fl ue miwle w 111 have a grand
opportunity to gratify their taxte at tbe
coming Portlaud Iuilu(rlai i-.smi
Hon comnieuclng Hc))temlHr 17. The
evlebmlel Zapatlorva ltnml fioiu the
city of Mexico ha Un un'l at
gnat cxpciine through the kliulnewi
of Proildent Olax ami It will dlncourm-
imwleauebaalina never lawn beard her
hetnr. The cottilHeallloimof tbe great
innatrr well aa the popular immle ot
the day will ! given, and novel feat
ure will be the national mo-tic of Mex
ico, A lunula. of prima iloiiuiw of
Mexico have hIm U-eu prouili-ed alitl
from a muHlcal point of view tbe i xh-
nil loo will ho an uuunnil fcrnd.
Hum I Ma Hum,
Jake Nah and hi ami Ira, are down
with the chill.
Mr. Ibithborn ami daughter, of Port
land, are vMtlng Mr. J. A. McClulii
Mr Kttle King l up fntiu Portland
v lulling her parent, Mr ami Mr. J.
C. K relit.
Itov. J R. N. IWII, the ' rtoapCr,k"
newpar mitu, I at tbe lioltou.
Grandma Hcutt la the bo bop pick
er, be lailug In her "Otli year, and
averaging ahmwt two boxe per day.
Win. Havldaon and family, Mra.
tlalillugand family and it U. HUngby
and family are aojournlug at the fair
At the residence of Juttlu Longaere,
lu thl city, Hepu I2ih, Mr Jack Ho,
of Hlleti, wit murrlctl to Mra. Anna
Job 11011, of (I rand Itound, boili native
American of the duky hue. The
wedding wa celebrated In true Amer
ican slyloln the evening, dancing la
lug kept up until ft bile hour.
At the roddem' of Oeo, Heott, near
thl city, Sept. If.lh, Ml Lllllu Powell,
of Philomath, waa mamctl to Mr.
Charlca Culver, of thl city. Ml
Powell come to u highly recommend
ed and to a favorite In aociely at her
home, while. Charley 1 one
innai 1 highly eateemml young men.
They will make their home In tf t Im t
city, and we welcome them to our
midst, aud every one Join lu wishing
them hou voyage through life. '
Our hop grower have nearly all lln
tohod picking ami tho sound of 4iKlx
full" will warn be over for this year.
The out put of the crop ha been dis
appointing to a greater. extent;, than
wa first Hiippimed before picking,
Large block of the best growth wu
left unpicked, owing to 'mould"
caused by tho rapid lucrcwwinf vermin
since picking commenced. The qual
ity of cni an veil la wild by those com
petent to Judge, equal to former year.
Humpies of tho crops will be Hccurcd a
aotn a baled uud sent to Loudon
Large lot of Polk county hop were
sent to Loudon last yutir, uud was
eagerly wmght after by the consuinem,
owing to their superior quallly, and
we see no reuaoti why our hop crop
should not be wonted again, as soon as
the quality I known In tlmt market.
Clt la tlt)Til,
i Irvine, that I our Cepii, npproaitlivd
us defiantly this morning uud des
poiled u of our old plpesteiii, but im
mediately prcHcntea us wltn n new one
Jfyouwautto buy 'anything cheap,
don't go toL'eph'a, lielsklnd of cranky
and I apt to give you two dollars
: w.Qrb frr one, ilum Igimrjug all ;la;
cllect of the protective luiiU'. May
I Ccpll live Until lie Inclines mayor of a
'cliyol' iweoiy ii)'.uiiml lnlmlilliinU
' mid that city, lndcpt'iMlciiw,
II. llllxrllljrl'g iuadet
JUliM Lottie olilnotl re
her borne hi Portlaud Tuiwlay.
Fu I'opplebui, if Taeonin, waa In our
eity during the week. He v turned
J. F. O'Hom ll took Ihe after-mam
train for Porllaiul TucKthiy Liaik out
for new hardware. ,
Th Ml-e laieke, Ml Hcolt Mlaa
Fnlcaaud Mlt'uirlc Hliangte, looketl
lit upon the NVkht Hi ok oillee hott
Haiurtlay, Come again.
Orvllle Ituller vInIIimI town Ihl week.
Me la a Mill of J. M. V. lhltlerdcccaacd,
and lite father of 1 ir, O. I). Ituller.
He 1 now n rcaldeut of I, Inn county.
Frank Hkltiner hurt hluiMdf (pilte
bully at aclnad tbe fore part of the
wivk by running a ruty null Into hi
foot, but la Improving we are glad to
It, II, Wllaon traveling freight agenl
for Ihe Nort hern tVllle It, U. Hegbt.
leretlul the City Hotel Monday, look
lug after the Interval of- the N. P, It,
H. In the matter of freight.
Jell Fryer left on Mombiy' train for
Portland on a hulne trip, Jen" I al
ways full of Imalnc, and he Ida no
opportunity pa that may potwlbly
relllt llllliereaalllg hi blltlucm.
Mr. Hnrnti Cniithorn widow of the
InteKemitorCatilhorii wa vNtlng at
Mr M. P, Locke' laat Hiilurdny and
Monday, Mr. Catillmrti baa many
friend mnl relative lu Polk county,
t' A. W'olvcrton, Hon-ln-lnw of L,
V, Laughnry, wa lu town Wed
uetby. He and family were ou their
way to the fair. He like b take in
the fair, but l not particularly anx
luiht loeujov tbeagrtcultund horaetrot,
Mr. A, II Atlklimba Jut returnetj
from a aojmirti of itiuonlh at ho)
aprlug. lie had a gtl time. Killed
three dwr. While tbcw tbe Foley
apiing were tadd to liiMern enpltallHl
forHK.ouo, The (adler matle a good
tie - " :
Jefl. Davl Mcltnulcl and family an'
lubiwii from Yakliui), Waxh., on a
vllt lo trlentl. Jctf 1 a noil of KlUha
MeDaiilel, an emigrant to Oregon of
1HI4. Llali, a he wa Milled, I well
known here, nnd be a a a man of a
Milton Damon, a brother of l..vmn i wm)U (t 4.1,tl,m( ,,Hrnlei
Damon, I In town on a vlflt. He I a t yWt,.mliy Mm M. dww revolwr ami
resident of Hhenuan county, and now j (l( )r,,pr m.Vl.r ,lm,, jtlft;t
wllh hi family I reviewing the aeene ,ttr m wmimU ju.lli wi-re arreattal.
of hUearty day lu and alaml lntic- , , , . ,
Imleitce. Hi father a few ycatw
htiek owuetl a part of Htaat tloimtlon
Henry Durnlfe ami wife, fnlln r ami
Hleiiuother of our towukltiau J. IkiUi-
ft arrived on a vWt hert bit Hntur
day. Theidd gentlciutin la a Jovial and
active aa one many yeni hl Junior.
He wa herw aUnit live year ago. We
how that lheo fiwpicnt vlxlt will h-inl
Mr, Dorualfe to ee the iwwlty of
ndlng hi lemalulug year with
Mr. Wm. P. Ireland and fund y
alartrd to the IM .aprlug on the Mo
KenxleluHl Monday, They tiaik with
tht iii plenty of gnu, fUhlng ril, etc.
They ext to have a glorious time
fcattlogoti vciilou and mountain trout
They will I gone a month, having all
care behind, anil enjoy a healthful rmt
from theliilMir of the pat year. We
ext t lo have a noddle of venlxoii laid
ukiii our table ou their return. Hue
niw go 11ml remain with them.
WHIItim Dtiraii, from Morrow coun
ty wa in town Monday. Mr. Dumu
1 the man who nettled tbe Kola jdaiv.
mid laid off the town In the aprlug f
I WO, Tbe alto on which F.olu I aituo
tcd wn IHtran'a orlgluut tlomitlou
claim. He moved to eaolcru tin-goli
In- li!.. The town wa at llrnt named
tiilclnnattl. Duinn' mother an mar
ried In Cint iiiuiittl, Ohio. HI mother
wo bom In Ikoh, now living ami doing
well In lllluoi. Mie ha mimerou
relative living In Polk. He aaya Polk
uwtl to U all hi connection,
The Independence public chtito
opened for the full term on Monday,
Hept. 7, under autpice uuumuilly fav-
oral'to, Willi I W. MOAiliim principal,
Incharge of high ehool department;
Mr. Mo.tbimllrMiiKltaul, In charge
ofthe higher public school griulca; Mr.
.Vim with Ihe (1 11 1 1 ami aixtli gnult-a;
Mi Hnvngi) with the fourth grade;
Ml Deumnii with Hie aecontl and
third grade, ami Mr. Tuck with the
first primary grade. ; ; . .
Notwithstanding the fact tlmt the
term la-gnu earlier thl year Jhan for
merly, and tvi.it some of the pupil are
Mt 1 1 1 In Iho hop llcbl or attending the
State fair, yet the pulille Interest lu our
1 , II... I....,.,...
snowil oy toe llioooei lliieimj-
"'""" '"' ' """ "-"
"wit la which pupil of every grade have
begun the year' work
Our corps of teacher take hold of
the work In their resH'ctlvo tlepurt-
liieuls III a niiinui which clearly In
dicate that acquaintance with pro
gressive methods, and the willingness
uml energy to execute (hem, so essen
tial to aucueaaful teaching.
Parent a Hhoiild visit the school, be
come acquainted with the teachers and
method employed, and by so doing
U'comu txiltcr qualified to give those
In charge tho co-opcrotiuu necessary to
the children's1 best Interest..
lo ven lloo or I lie T,v it.-w
The typewriter was Invented as long
ago its 1714 t y one Henry Mills, who in
that year obtained a patent lu this
country for u dovloo tlmt "would write
printed cluiractciN one at a time, or
one after the other." Theru Is no do
sclptlou of this device to bo hud now,
but there Is no doubt that Mill' Inven
tion wuh tin) parent, of the present
typewriter. In TO a French patent
was gnm led to Monsieur Progrin, (Na
vler,) of MarnclUc, for a typewriter,
which be nulled a typographical ma
chine, The neeotint- of tho machine 1
Homuvvliut obscure, but enough I given
to show that It was an operative one,
$ which typewriting could be fnhiy
well executed, M. Foucalt sent to the
Pniia exposition In ISM a writing ma
chine for the blind, and several .type
.writer were InvOnled by Wheal stone,
Ai'ier aueeesaive Jhiprovenienta a man
ufacturer In AiaCia In 1H71) contracted
to enlist met lUiMSiy-Orritmlitn.
ksrican Wheat May Sell
$1.50 a bushel Before
, Christmas. -
A NEW RAILWAY
Tracklaying on tbe C. B. 1 1 L
1 1 to Commence at Once!
Items ol Interest.
KM, I. CI IIV A III I I..
An Old and lto..pi lnl ( llUtrn uf I urnl
lua Ml Willi 11 fl lltalh. .
('iiiiNKi.tt , Or., Heit. JllWllllam
I'lialmew, ar., who live live mile
iitii lh of here, w a klilctl by hi hull
iiIhiuI 4 o'eloek thl aflerntNtu, Heath
took place iuatnnlty,
Mr, Cbaliucr arrived lu Ihl atate
twenty year ngo from Alierdoon,
Hcotliiiul, and took up the bunlnow of
farming llewaan ardent admirer
of IiimIi-( otiit'k, and ttMik eKcliil
iiritlc In ruUIng abort horned cattle.
The bull that cauacit hi tlcalh wa a
lrtenlort-horn, having Ijecti nwnnlvd
the find nitMul nl the atulu fair at
Hiilcltl. Tbetleera-iedgeutli'inim leave
a widow and ciuht cbllilren.bla daugh
ter, Mm, William Kerroti and Mm
W. J. Ilolbwell, la'lng hbleiit of
I'ortiiiutl. He wa year of age, anil
Intcirtted retiring from )teluena In a
tUK IIOM1H ,11.1. HOI D, :
A limn W ill Now lla a Sw ib-Olae
mnl aewrrMa tm. j
Ai.n!sv,hcpt, lt-Tberemalng!f:, j
otxl of Ihe W1 city bond, for a
wagon bridge aero tbfi Willamette
from thl city and aewerage puriM)e, j
w ere ld hly to I, Hteinhart, of Han j
Frnntitco, at jutr and 0 h wmt Inter-,
et. The launl are due twenty yearn!
Iteiilauiln llro.. oronrictor of a
t iiN.!1. i rnllarv My aeml Our
l.rioil I i llliih.
N: Y0I1K, Aug. l. Colom I J. It.
Montgomery ha Jut returmtl from
(lermnuy, and I now at the Fifth
Avenue Hotd. He wa aked about
the crop failure In Furr am' mild:
"The crop failure In Kui' to general,
ami dWii la aitre to follow. I wi
all tner tiermany, and aaw (hat the
rain had tletnved the wheat and rye
In Ocrinauy there will la- a shortage
in the grain crop of .13 percent,, or
Jllnt 1000,0110,000 litlnltcl.
"Ihe F.m pi re generally 'lmt-
i;.0,t,)oo,uoo iniKhel of rye and su.ooli.oou
buhel of whciit aunuiilly. With the
great fulling oil' mentioned, the people
will have to ItK.k to thl country for re
lief Ituwla I abort ami cannot u
ply Ocrinany. anil France I not much
U-ltcrotr. The 'tato crop In Coutl
nenbj ICurojte hu heen more or lea a
failure, hiiiI the uil look with longing
eye to America.' am not a aaeulit
tor In grain, but I predict that by
Chrtotuiit wheat In thl country will
ell at . fl.SO t buliti, owing to the
great deiimud In Kuroa,
A awrtle1 tiit-l,le.
McMiKKvt I.I.K, HepL lLr-lVter To
liiith, a Swisle, atonit 10 year of age,
liangiil limiia-lf at Amity Huutbiy
morning, He hmt Uvn drinking heav-
11 V of late nml lie I aupptwed to have
committed the deed while in atnteof
Nvti-r Heoni" Aeenniillhrl,
Hr. Johns, N. It., Sept. 1 1. I'.ugene
Cnderlilll iindMurry llocm k, of New
York, have performed a feat never Is1
fore accomplished, Irnveliuglu a canoe
from MiMMohead lake to the mouth of
tlie Hi, John river, Sot mile. The
actual traveling time was fourteen
day. ' .
mow too HAV.
Arrltnl uf llnllrtiatl Iron, and Trrk-t.jr-lK
W III six.ii lli'liln,
MAliKiiriKt.P, Or., Hcpt. 1-1 A car
go uf'raila arrived lor tlio Ctsw Day, j
Uoseburg, ami Kastern rnllrond. The j
grade laing leveled oil' for the tlrst
twenty mile. A coal bunker and wa
ter tanks are la'lng constructed. The j
first loooinotlvo will arrive , on tlie
schooner "Merchant" In u few days,
when track laying will commence, A
party from Kngluiid representing a
syndicate, wfiieh has I aim "exporting"
a coal Held the last few days, bus Just
returned to Loudon well pleased with
Heavy I'lre la New Viitk.
NiiW YottK, Sept., l,"i.-Fhv broke
out In the old Commvrciiil Ailvrrliit v
building at I):ia this morning. In
llfleen minute thetlnmes werclayond
control. Many people were In the
building uud some of tlieiu had to
slble down the lire escape through the
dense smoke. It I believed all -escaped.
The total Ins on stock uud
building Is estimated at flinyKHi, most,
of which was insured, Other esti
mates place tlie loss between foOO.OUO
and f7o0,00l. A lot of loose diamonds
which were on the tables of diamond
workers lu the building were lost.
They were vulued at several- thousand
A Mile it Million rue Seven Union.
IhiKFAM), N. Y., Kept. 14. -Tle
New York Central to-day broke all
records of fust time for long run of
passenger trains ou railways on either
able of tho Atlantic. A special train
composed of .one of the oompany'a
standard passenger engines, weighing
a0iKK) pounds, and three private cam
weighing 200,000! conveying Vice-Pres
ident Webb and a party made a run of
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
ijuh .. VAi In 1..
I LI """en, iroiu ,r . , -v
I I j:l'ifflik'ln lln oilfiutea. lnHldli
iiito iei( one of wuieu i-w-i'- -
n HiM nne-hnlf lulnuU1. pte ecnii
fprevliamefforienf tlila Jtlml I mi-
if' tM, uotliiiitr ttonnaicWug u h a feat
eerb. or(t having I " twieompllalied
fnoteeiillve hour at;
(llllMitiiljr f.ir War.-'
'Ottawa, Out.' mmi, H.-A Mrltlah
army olllu r, on hi tftu' to ini'ct Ihe
defviiiHn 'uf Jliittoii Colofcilila, ay hi
government Intend toalWngthcu the
defeuae of Canada ou both Aenua aud
a outr the front or on the Ht. MiHtfence
ami the Omit bike, ami that the h!
and armament of I lie Atlantic and Po
ol lie iUadrou will be greatly atrength
cued. Atllalirax the IhilWt govern
iiu'til lbulliling ImmniiaefortitleKtlmi
He av the general la-llef lu luglaud
I that trouble wit lithe Cnltcd Hmtc I
Ti-ri-IHn PlmMlt la mlii,
MAtntin.Hept. H.()Mbial telegram
reiort that l,o(Ki h ihi iM-rlahed In
the destruction of Conugra by the
overflow of the AmnrgulII. Hundred
of ntlH-r were Injured by falling build
ing and euormou number of cattle
itcrtohed. At other place many pcr
oi were drowned and much proja'rly
lllatrvM In HiiuIms Prnvliii'.'-,,
Ht. PuTKitaiifwi, Hcpt. 15. The til-
tn-M In Volga provlnwl lntcne. In
I'eiim women and children wander
alaiul uirritig for bald In tint market
place, All theextotlng charltle aud
the IM Cr mt m ely are dulng Ibelr
ttt tt In-lp (ho illtre d people.
Namiivim.k, H-pt. 15. The Tenue
m legUlnturc lo-day piuwetl a bill pro
hibiting oororntioii from paying em
ploye in aurlp. The bill loallih the
convict lea ytem after the expira
tion of the pretent lea wo killed.
M,ii-innl. f Kul Trp.
IxiSiMi, Hept. I1.-The StnifhiMr
Odeaeornpondeuttty that during
the coining live w eek iai,aa tM"
will be convey etl by I lie Itinwiun vol-
tiul.tr llui fiuiu I;iiuot lu Hi but to
k,I ami Odetwil.
'- turn Vrr arb, 1
Piiii.AtKl,l'tiiA, Hcpt. 1".-Kx-Pre-Idcut
I'rancl W. Kennedy aud ex
Oliler Henry II. Kenueily, of the
wrecked Hpiing Oardou bank, were to
day aeiiteuoed to ten year' Imprison
ment each for Crimea committed with
Ibti tiMliig of the bank.
Mm. WlolHll.r. Will.
Has FitASt iwo, Hcpt. IS. -The will
of Hophlo Wielnod, widow of John
Wietaml, the deceecd brewer, who
dletl August 3, leaving an cmU
worth atonit f l,2iK),tH, wa tiled for
imitate to-day. With the exception of
a few minor betuet the etate l
tUully dlvbled among her chlltlreu.
afATIS AUKICIXTI IIAI.0IKTV.
lilt- A il il "it I
HALKVI.Hipt. M.-The Htnto Agri
cultural Hoclety held It regular annual
aemloii thtoeveutng Thl t tlie orig
inal ntsiety thai cttliducted the fair, In
latter year In tinJuiiction with the
Htate Itonnl of Agriculture. T. T, Ap
lron wa aMtlti-ttvl iresblent. Tbe
sta-lety adopted a resolution authoris
ing tlie president and secretary to deed
to the Htate Hoard of Agriculture all
lutitl, building, etc., of tlio aoclcty.
Another ruaoliitiou tbx "away witll
tlie old Ismid of manager and here
after will elect only the presid cut, vice
president, secn-tary ami treasurer.
At tbe meeting of the Hiilem city
council this evening, J. J. Murphy
uiotelt'ctett couiieiliuan from tlie sec
ond ward, vice Jay C. Hiulth, resigned.
At the election two week ago, the latl-
lottltil four time, C. 1). Oalirjelson
uml O. K. Krausse toing the candi
date. The only candidate thla evis
nlng ngalnst Murphy wa (iabrlelson,
who ivtH'ived two votes, Murphy tak
ing six. n
M ill ( K IIV I.II.IITMNII.
l)lii.roii r.n-rlriiee of sil Klrelrte Car
In a Muriii,
Km k, Pa., Hcpt. 1.1. During a hea
vy rain storm thl morning, 'lightning
struck a trolley ear on the Klghth
street line, hujnlng out the armature.
Tl.t! niuwni'cra. IriLlilcneu y l tic Iij-h
mid mnokc, rushed from tbe swiftly
moving car. All eeued without In-
Jury except Mis llortlin Markley, aged
twenty-live, a tlressniuker, who wna
thrown violently to tho pavement,
wtiiklng on her head and crushing her
skull. Hhc died two boms later. Five
other car had a similar experience,
mid the dynamos at the station were
damaged. A barn and storehouse.wcre
also st ruck nml burned.
' UTATK W It ATM KK MtrOIIT.
OKWION WKATll Kit.
The temperature has been lower, yet
atone the average. The atmosphere
has been clearer of smoke, the weather
has been partly cloudy and local ahovv-
cr prevailed during tho bitter part of
The showers have done no material
damage; they have delayed some late
threshing, and somewhat retarded hop
picking In n few sections. Tho thresh
lug of grain is practically over, only a
few small lots yet remain to be threshed,
The wheat Is being delivered to warn
houses and elevators. The wheat prod
uct vya never better. The berry to of
first grade. The yield has been heavy,
generally more than was anticipated.
Largo yield, are reported from every
count v. In .Washington county for
example, one farm yielded forty-six
bushels per new, another fifty-four
bushels (cr limit. Smut 1 more gen
erally reported than usually, though it
Is not this year so very extensive; spring
wheat I more aflocted than hill wheat.
Thecal crop low been good, but not
it proportionally good aa the wheat
crop. Hop picking will he about tin
tolled next week, unless the present
rains should delay the picker more
than to now expected, 'Ihe hops of
Douglas county were mippu-ted to la?
1 1 ins ..11
llwhfid MoUl'l Imt OD M Rlllg
yanl are'fowml to Iki iMy dam-
aged. No lice tvfh olwrvabfe IB Jose
phine eouiity. It la etlniaMl that
lb aiifl'mouI'Lliave datiwir'! tlw Imp
croo totheexkut of :i0,0Ui, - In Jiak-I
ami and Jo?Jibliii'emntlehrnlrlw,
of giad ((uauly ami jienif wuiuner
allowing p In progn- In nvmy of the
Wlllnmetr valley eountlc.
KAHtfux oiifios watiii;ii,
A fevsliowcr have ocimrri'd. The
temiwrltiire ha been cook r ami iilxiul
tho nierage. There Iif laxn lew
ani(k In tlio fltinoapherer. In tlie In
torb eoontlea, on OA higher elevti
ffie hower did n.iilnnuigc, Tlireah-
Ingto in t-vrea Injpua eetlou and
lu aome coiiuIN1l1h nearly done. In
Waacnsnd In tiart of Hhertnan eoun
tlc the wheat la more ahrunken than
in i ne onier coumic, J innia oi mny
buHheUaud upward aru frinuent In
Morrow, I'mutlUa and Cnlon eountlc;
lu th lutti county, In linker, Wallo
wa ami Interior oountle, Inn vesting
and thraahlug la well along. Ilcjiorto
Imllcute yield atoive the average, and
utoive tin-expectation of the farnM-r
lu every nounty. The wheat ha be
gun to move to aealoard. Fcult rson
lliine plentiful. Jrti are ripe In
It. H. I'AOt'K.
Olim-rver I'. K Weather Bureau.
DAMAGES THC UNIVER
SITY BUILDING. '
At Ih'iO yesterday morning flifuii
were diswvered Iwuilng from the rtaif
ofthe Willamette university building
aud in a very few momenta tbe entire
top of that atmcturc waa crackling un
der the heat of the era-plug Arc. A
noon ft the fire wu discovered a mes
senger waa dtopatched to the atate
house ami tlie alarm telephoned down,
Thl wa done In fcueh abort order a to
end the engine to Ihe acetic wit boot
delay, Arriving nt the fire, Tiger en
glne act at the race ami wa very noon
sending a good stream Into the flame
where they were thickest. Capital
engine also et at tbe race, but It w
more than ft half hour la-fore a stream
emild be forced through her line of
The tire had origin In the rooniowu-
rdrd by J. K Han-ver, Htunfed In the
east end of the attic, The tire must
certainly have atarted from a defective
line and attained it must excellent
start by having la-en fed by a nvet
gallon can of mul oil In Hawyer'a mom.
Tbe fifth story waa occupied by stu
dent a alec plug appart menu, and the
furniture and l?dtling w aa mostly lost.
On the fourth !!, wa the museum,
whose exhibit are aome of them dam
aged; the wiety rooma of the societies,
and the library, the book in which are
hut slightly damaged.
The damage will figure H-rlinjis alx
to eight tltounaud dollar, but thta Is
fully covered by insurance fsmo In
the Htate and the Mine in tbe North
western on the building and f HW0 In
the Home of New York and Phicnlx
of Hartford, and f loot) lu the same ou
furniture. The insurance will fully
cover all Iowa aud the damages will
la- repaired without delay.
Tbe fire delayed recitations lor ouly
two hours, a recitations were resumed
at the Woman' college after dinner.
My Monday all will be running aa
usual, with Classen heard nt the college
aud the church. Salem S'lolmnmi.
Tho fact that butter isshipped to In-
ilopemteiira from Mlnnesotat2iKXJmile
away, ought to la- aufltcient to secure
the erection of a creamery nt this point.
Minnesota, with her six month of
anovv aud lee cannot begin to .compete
witli Polk county, where the grasa la
green tlie year ttirotign, in miner
To Kiilwrluera, Oldand New.
In order to put the Weekly (hnjoni
an Into the home of those now with
out it, the publisher make the liliTid
after of fifteen mouths for $2 to all who
ubacrit prior to January 1, lNltt,
This offer applies not only to new sub
scriber but to reucvvel a well. In
addition to this each new subscriber,
or old subscriber renewing, I given hi
choice of either "Tlie American Live
stock Manual," or tlie "Standard
American Poultry Hook," which will
Is? sent free, postage pn-pnld. These
are valuable work of reference, for the
Tlie Wwkly Onymmn is tlie great
weekly of the Nort hwest. There, i no
weekly published on the Pacific coast,
or anywhere else, that furnlshe read
ers a fuller coiniHMidium of all t he news
of the whole world than docs tho
Weekly Qtryoninn. No other paper
givesuch close atteution to Pacific
const news, espeeiolly to what Is trun
plring lu the great, Northwest,
Aside from it unexcelled news fea
tures, it large nutnlierof special articles,
prepared for Its columns oy Wellknowu
writer, arc published during tlie year.
It furnishes descriptive letter from
vnrlon portions of our own country
and from foreign climes, as well tis
stories, pot-try and well selected mis
cellany, There is department main
tained for the farmer, also for the
women ami children. All tbe advant
ages of a newspaper of the 11 rst, class
are offered by tho Weekly Oicuonian
No family in the, entire Northwest can
afford to be without, It.
, OllBtlONIAS Pt'llt.lStlINd Co,,
We offer One Hundred Dollars Ho
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY' A CO., Props,, Tole
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable in
all business transactions and finan
cially able to carry out any obligation
inadu by their tlrm,
Wkst tfc I'm' AX, Wholesale Druggists,
W AMU NO, K I S N AN & M arvin, Whole
sum tiruggtsts, Teietto, u.
Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upou tbe blood
ami mucous surliiecs of the system.
Price 7")0. per bottle. Hold by all Drug
gists, . ' ,
When Bi!y was niok, wo gate hor Caslorta.
When altt waa a Child, site cried tor Castor!.
When aha became Miss, slut clung to Castoria.
Whoa she had Children, slie gave Uient Castoria.
Mglilty UlU4,ut Uwljr iljrd,
I liitU-rlng dnwaward. ld by mil.
.The atiima Irarn I ,
Omwlemlr fulllix. dny nd nliiltl,
Mitkltig a rndmlua, toa'ljr mdil.
lit mt II w-ni Ui mel
Msflilljr lliil. il, mid ty-tljr tljrcd,
Klulli-rttix rtoatiwiird, Ii1r y lilc,
Kwt Ihrjr rulllng now;
MftUortxif K-Avmi tlntlmtn; mrr hrliilit.
tjlotriii 'n"Ui mifiiincr' rndlanl lliii,
Jl;i.p' nn piin nl lrtili!
Hit let llti r, will, prlnit" mitt lifwttli
Froii U in.- will litid to nll ir di-ulli;
Ht mttrt. we pitxrlin all,
Thi: iie mm, utiiinn1 Ipkv I ndl,
1 wau-b and trut-4o lt llilnin wll,
, W'nUlli lh rlhrr aill.
A Ll CKI HllfiT. Two llee) killing
dog aurrendercd to Jimmy Collin utt
ering aim Iwit week, " He killed two at
one abot, A few more ahotallke that
" jbw p may reat In aornc aecurily
1 will offer at public ale at my farm,
two mill ftotitb of Monmouth, Polk
county, ou 'lhiirsdny, w-pl. Si, at a
o'eba-k p. m. the following deacrlbcd
personal pr"rty, to-wit: One brnoa,
'i year old, with aucklng colt by Hir
Htafford by her able; one mure, 4 year
old, by HirHuiftbrd, out of a "Path
finder" mare; one two-yeur-old marc
colt, by Hir Htafford, out of a "Hnow.
ittorm" mare; two mare colt, one year
ling and one two yeara old, full atolor,
by Hir Stafford, otitof n good mure; one
yearling mare colt, by Hir Htafford, out
of a "Hnow storm" mare; one mare 4
year obi, by "Rock wood" No, 147,
out of a "Hnowstorm" marc. Thl latt-
mcutioncd mare 1 ft balf-atoter to
KIrkland' "Nettle K," ami U ft step-
per Herself, Abto, one marc year
old, by "Magiitt-Cbartn," out of a-
"Pathllnder" mare, ami ha ft mare
ooltby "itockwood" No,147 by her
able. Thl colt I entitled to register, .
and ia en extra good colt Also, one
aprlng w agon, or hack, lu good order,
Termaofsalc: A credit of 12 month
will la? given, on approved notes, with
Intereat at H per cent,, or 5 per cent, off
foreb. T. B. Hnrn.Kv.
roKTI.ASI), Annual It. 11.
WHEAT-The market quiet with a
weak tone. Quote: alley, fl.fio;
Walla Walla, l.45per cental.
Vioi'H fjoote: H(moIrl, l.H,j
Walla Walla, $4.00 per bara-l.
OAT-iuote old, 4.1 (ii one.; new,
42Jc. per bushel. -
Bittkb inot Oregon fancy cream
ery, 30fai3Sc; fancy dairy, 27 Jc; falrlo
good, Si - 27Je.; choice Cal. ,22 ft 24c.
per tb. ;,
FkHiR Oregon, 20 ( 22Sc. jh dozen.
Pot'MHV tfuotc: . Old chickens,
fu.00 ti 00; young, $2..10 ($ 4.00; old
ducks, $4.00 6.00; geeae, f.OO per
dozen; turkey, Mc. per lb.
l.VDKi'ENDKNTK Bin Alt, MA11KCT.
We quote prices aa follow: Flour,
staudard, $.1.00 ir barrel; potatoes.
good quality, 30c. ik bushel; but
ter, 2.1c. I'asr It)., according to quality;
eggs, 'M. per uo7.cn; caotjage, t mc.
per bead; wheat, 80c. but choice kit
would bring shade higher; oats, 32c;
hops, lie. per lb; wool, 0c.
From t he premises of O. J. Bagley
on or about Aug. 2tth. One Heidi ng
finiryetun old, color, brown, branded f
also so About It) band high. Any
one giving informatiou leading to tbe
recovery of said horse will 13 jniitably
rewardetl. O. J. Bacii.kv,
Airlic, Oregon. 4w
SHEEP FOR SALE.
The undersigned ha thirteen head
of Hwapshiro down bucks for sale, one
mile north of Parkers .Station. These
bucks are the fuilblood and of the best
grade. Call on
8wsll JO. and E. Davidson. .
W. H. Whiteaker will exchange pho
tograph for wood. For further par
ticular call at his art gallery ou C
street next door to pastotlice.' 4t ell
A ;KKAT 11AKOAIX, ,
$3!i00. For sale a 21 room hotel fur
nishctl, in Independence, Oregon,' One
of tlio best corner lota lu town 04x132
feet on railroad and C streets. Terms
easy. Throe per cent off for all cash.
Apply to James Gibson, Indepen
LOOK 1IKRE FOH BALK.
Oue pair of well broken young
horses, gentle, work single or double,
el li ItU en ridu them; also one set of new
double harness, and one almost bran
ucw wagon, two good uew spring seats.
Call at the West StDK Intelligence
oftice and get all the above for f2.10.0O
iu cash or good note.
Wort Than Leprosy
Is calami, sua there s oue tut one pre
parole, that doe) euro tlmt disease, and
that is the California Positive and Nega
tive Kleotrio Liniment. Hold by all
druggists. It also onrea neuralgia,
rheumatism, headache, sprains, burn
and all piin. Try H and tell yon
negihbor where to get it.
To trade Improved business property
paying in rent ten per cent, interest on
$20,000 iu the heart of the thriving city
of South Bend, Wash., for improved
farm land In Willamette valley. For
South Bend, Wash.
keriimi . -, ore-1
sun, net ' what 1
is now Baker City, a PCMTf JRV
a ninu who halt since liLll i U fl I
hecotne iitentirktl with the resonreua mid n f f
dewlopmcnt ol'that country. This man AVlU
I no .other thnii Mr. John Stewnrt, one of the
wealthiest, nml most iiitluenUal citiieua in the
c,'nnty. In a recent letter he soya : "lhadbeeu
sufterinK from piins tn tuy back and general kid
ney complaint tor some time, and had used many
remedied without any hut temporary relict The
pnins in my buck had become so severe that I waa
prevented from nttendtnK to my work and could
not move about without the use of a cane. Hear,
inff. thrmnih a friend, of the wonderful cttrea ef-
fected hy Oregon Kidney Ten, I wastndncedtotry
not, find imm mm wry iiih ue i .uun.i tiiniuui
relief, and before tistnjf half the contcuta of the
box the puitiK in mytvtck entirely diappeared.
t have every faith in I tie virtues ofthe Oregon
Kidney Tea, and can conscientiously recommend
I to my friends. I would not be without ll fur
anything." ' .
, Oregon Kidney Ten cures backache) incontU
nenre of I ine, brick dust sediment, buruiog or
painful sensation while urinating, and all affec
tions of Ihe kidnevor ui inaryoritans of either sea.
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